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    k but i cant find where u go to change it??? is it even possible to lower it and if so where do i go???

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    It may not be possible, but if so it would be in your manual for the tv. Having it set to 720p shouldn't be the problem, but what puzzles me is the fact that your Wii doesn't let you change the setting to 480p. As long as you have component cables and a tv cable of displaying 480p it should let you. I JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING...MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CABLES ON THE BACK OF YOUR TV CONNECTED TO THE PROPER SOCKETS, I HAD TO PLAY WITH MINE A BIT.

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    idk its wired im not into this stuff but my new tv did come with a wire im not useing could that have anything to do with it lol anyways i do find it extremly gay that i have 720p screen and i cant even set my wii too 480p... I NEED TECH HELP!!! lol

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    Can you find out what the wire goes to or what it's called? And for example on the component cables, make sure the red and orange colors aren't mixed, etc. Maybe give Nintendo a call tommorrow, they probably wouldn't mind helping you with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownies
    well i go into the settings then tv reselution and its on stanterd tv 480i and he 480p is darkened and i cant click on this any 1 else know why my curser is abit laggy to the movment of my wiimote
    You need the high definition component cables before you can select the 480p.
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    Hey, there's another way that the Wii Remote could lag too, you know!
    What you're saying sounds correct, but sometimes if a bright light is pointing at the Wii remote, etc, then it becomes difficult to move and stuff. The sun sometimes affects my movement of the remote on screen.

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    What brand tv did you buy. Some brand of LCD's don't have very good motion stabilizers in them. That would cause your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfive5
    What brand tv did you buy. Some brand of LCD's don't have very good motion stabilizers in them. That would cause your problem.
    i Bought an LG LCD tv for 1.2 G, so i dont think it would be my tv its pretty good, and it has 5 ms respons time so...

    Quote Originally Posted by scarperguy
    Hey, there's another way that the Wii Remote could lag too, you know!
    What you're saying sounds correct, but sometimes if a bright light is pointing at the Wii remote, etc, then it becomes difficult to move and stuff. The sun sometimes affects my movement of the remote on screen.
    i was playing @ 12 am, it pretty dark then, and still is now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firedragon
    You need the high definition component cables before you can select the 480p.

    This response seems to be getting burried in other ones, but he's right. This is why the Wii won't let you select 480p as a display option.



    I have no idea if this will affect your movement lag though.

    Some TVs have a lot of additional signal processing that goes on internally that can cause the screen to lag behind what is being sent to it. Some TV's have a game mode (possibly called something else depending on tv brands) that shuts off most of this extra signal processing in order to keep it in sync with the game)

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    thanx but i still need help to fix it, maby it my tv here take a look

    http://www.bestbuy.ca/catalog/prodde...89&catid=23244

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